Camille Grammer SLAMS Caroline Manzo Over Sexual Assault Lawsuit Against Bravo!
Last month, the Real Housewives of New Jersey alum filed a lawsuit against Bravo, Peacock and production company, Shed Media, after accusing Glanville of sexual assault while filming the fourth season of “Real Housewives: Ultimate Girls Trip” in Morocco. The season has yet to air on Peacock, and most believe that viewers will never see the trip in the wake of the scandal.
Grammer weighed in underneath an Instagram post shared by fan account, All About the Real Housewives.
“We all think Caroline has gone too far with this lawsuit,” the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” alum wrote.
“I wasn’t in the bathroom when the so called alleged event happened,” she claimed.
The 55-year-old added — “What I did see was the two ladies laughing and getting along.”
Caroline alleged that Brandi kissed her without her consent, “then proceeded to mount Manzo on the couch, holding Manzo down with her body, forcibly squeezed Manzo’s cheeks together and thrust her tongue in Manzo’s mouth, while humping her,” according to court documents.
Caroline, 62, claimed that the incident triggered “dormant and horrific memories” of sexual abuse she experienced as a 7-year-old child. Caroline also alleged that Brandi “forced her vagina” against her back during another interaction.
Caroline added that producers didn’t back down after she left Morocco early, as she was filmed on her way to the airport in a seeming effort to collect “more ‘drama’ to increase their ratings.”
Her lawsuit alleged — “Defendants, including Bravo, regularly ply the Real Housewives cast with alcohol, cause them to become severely intoxicated, and then direct, encourage and/or allow them to sexually harass other cast members because that is good for ratings.”
The suit claimed — “Caroline Manzo is a victim of those harmful actions.”
Glanville denied all allegations of wrongdoing and even claimed that she was “set up” to create a RHUGT storyline. In March, Glanville alleged that both she and Manzo were “very intoxicated” at the time of the incident.
Her rep told Page Six in a statement — “While filming, Brandi followed what the producers asked of her, and there was no sexual assault. She is innocent of these absurd accusations that have weighed on her mental and physical health for far too long without a word of support from Peacock, Shed [Media] or Bravo.”
The rep said — “This painful storytelling seems endless and needs to stop. She is looking to move on and upward and get her life back.”
Glanville, Grammer, and their RHUGT co-star, Phaedra Parks, have all called on the network to air the season, so fans can judge for themselves.
On November 4, Phaedra Parks, 50, defended Glanville at BravoCon 2023 in an interview with Us Weekly. A
“Absolutely nothing [happened],” the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” alum told the outlet when asked about the alleged incident. “So, let’s roll the tapes! I was there and honey, I was sober. Sober, sober. I really don’t drink, so I saw it all.”
Olivia Davis is a Staff Writer at All About The Tea. Olivia’s hobbies include binging Netflix series, and watching Housewives on Bravo. She graduated from San Francisco State University with a degree in History.